Generalized Alignment *

  title={Generalized Alignment *},
  author={John J McCarthy and Alan S. Prince},
among others, for discussion of related work, and to Geert Booij, Abby Cohn, Sharon Inkelas, Chuck Kisseberth, and Orhan Orgun for comments on this paper. Financial support was provided to McCarthy by a fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation and a Faculty Research Grant from the University of Massachusetts and to Prince by the Rutgers University Center for Cognitive Science. Generalized Alignment * 
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